Carol Seavey, Casper Star-Tribune

Carol Seavey

Casper Star-Tribune

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Past articles by Carol:

Wyoming Women's Expo brings food, fun and shopping to Casper

Wyoming Women's Expo takes place October 3-4 in Casper. → Read More

Grandparents face unique challenges when forced to become parents a second time

Colleen Barnett had plans. → Read More

Five Questions with Laura Johnson: Woman brings traditional reflexology to Casper

Reflexologist Laura Johnson, of Casper, busts myths about her services. → Read More

Two decades in the meadow: Beartrap Summer Festival celebrates milestone

Beartrap Summer Festival celebrates its 20th anniversary with musical performances, shopping, food, family activities and jam sessions this weekend on Casper Mountain. → Read More

Answer Girl: Rocks Springs hosts NHSFR; why so many TV reruns?

Find out why Rock Springs hosted the National High School Finals rodeo for four years when the typical contract is only two years. Also, read about the reasoning behind airing → Read More

Country singer Mark Chesnutt slated to perform Sept. 10 in Casper

Tickets go on sale 11:30 a.m. today Mark Chesnutt's September 10 concert at Elevation Night Club in Casper. → Read More

An artistic journey: New exhibit by Casper artist depicts life on the emigrant trails

New exhibit by Casper artist Jim Kopp depicts life on the emigrant trails. "Tracks They Left Behind" opens 7 p.m. today with a reception at the National Historic Interpretive Trails → Read More

Cleveland rapper to perform Sept. 6 at Elevation night club in Casper

He was the first rapper in history to win the talent show at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Now he is coming to Casper. → Read More

Casper College Flute Ensemble and Charlotte Babcock perform at Metro Coffee in Casper

Stop by Metro Coffee Company on Monday for some entertainment with your cup of joe. → Read More

Student duck stamp exhibit on display at Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center

Junior Duck Stamp exhibit features award-winning artwork by Wyoming students in wetlands, waterfowl conservation program. It runs through daily through August 12 at the Jackson Hole and Greater Yellowstone Visitor → Read More

Hot air balloons fly this weekend in Casper

Nearly 20 hot air balloons from throughout the Rocky Mountain Region will descend on Casper this weekend for the three-day Casper Balloon Roundup. → Read More

Answer Girl: Newspaper held contest to name local baseball team

Rob asks what the Casper Midwest League baseball team was nicknamed. Read the nicknames of all six teams in the league, which seems to have existed for only a single → Read More

Racers compete in Casper Strong Adventure Race

Domenic Bravo strolled up the hill to the Casper Mountain Trails Center and went right to the next challenge: archery. The 37-year-old from Cheyenne wanted to get it over with → Read More

Family activities, heavy metal highlight new music festival at Sunrise Shopping Center in Casper

Prime Time Pub and Grill presents Sunrise Music Festival noon to 9 p.m. Saturday at the south parking lot at Sunrise Shopping Center in Casper. → Read More

Art exhibit depicts Wyoming rich outdoor heritage

More than 50 Wyoming artisans created more than 70 objects used by hunters and anglers, as well as items for celebrating successful hunts can be seen in "Art of the → Read More

Heyward Schrock depicts life along the Lincoln Highway

Heyward Schrock presents "Rest and Refuel Along the Lincoln Highway" 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fort Caspar Museum in Casper. → Read More

Keyhole Peepshow present the best in burlesque in their one-year anniversary performance

Keyhole Peepshow present the best in burlesque in their one-year anniversary performance July 25 at Wolcott Galleria in Casper. → Read More

Music and poetry collide in Cory McDaniel, Vicki Windle performance

Cory McDaniel and Vicki Windle perform music and poetry 7:30 p.m. Monday at Metro Coffee House in Casper. → Read More

Cheyenne festival brings top country artists

Since Cheyenne Frontier Days started the Frontier Nights concerts series in the 1970s, it has outpaced rodeo ticket sales. → Read More

Pat Metheny Unity Group and Bruce Hornsby plan benefit concert in Jackson

The Pat Metheny Unity Group, a jazz quintet, and pianist Bruce Hornsby will perform 8 p.m. Thursday at the Center for the Arts in Jackson. → Read More